Jeannie Assimos, Vice President, Content

Posts by Jeannie Assimos, Vice President, Content

After years of researching, writing and reporting about Hollywood’s failed relationships, Jeannie ventured into the land of successful romances at eHarmony, and hasn’t looked back since! On board since early 2008, Jeannie absorbs everything she can about daters’ turn-ons, turn-offs, likes and dislikes – and shares her observations on the eHarmony Advice site.

March 18, 2015

Franny Agnes Lee Returns with a ‘Bargain Date’

Our brave gal Franny Agnes Lee will often take time off to recover from dating fatigue. As smart as she is, she doesn’t always make the best decisions when it comes to matters of the heart — like in this latest foray with a bargain dating website. More Franny: See Franny’s summer date gone awry! […]

why men and women leave relationships
March 2, 2015

6 Reasons Men and Women Leave their Partners

Who knows more about how and why a marriage falls apart than a divorce mediator? Those in this field have witnessed the breakdown of many unions, and now two of them are actually writing about it in a new book called Conscious Coupling – Positive Insights for Long-Lasting Relationships Shared by Two Divorce Mediators. Don Desroches and […]

February 27, 2015

7 Questions with Miss Robbie Montgomery

At 74, the very single and sassy Miss Robbie Montgomery is living a life beyond what she ever imagined. We had a quick chat with the owner of the famed Sweetie Pie’s soul food restaurants — and star of OWN’s “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s” — about the important stuff in life. A new season of ‘Welcome to […]

unconditional love
February 26, 2015

Should Unconditional Love Apply to Your Romantic Relationship?

The idea of completely accepting someone as they are is so nice, but in reality, not so easy. There have to be personal boundaries and one has to be able to express themselves and share when a behavior that their partner is exhibiting is bothersome, or upsetting in any way. One of my favorite dating experts, […]

February 20, 2015

It’s Not About the Shampoo (Listen for the Unspoken)

How many times have you had a conversation with someone where they got really upset over something trivial? Clearly, there was a subtext there and something deeper going on. Instead of just reacting in the moment, is it possible to figure out what’s actually occuring and steer things in a more positive direction? Author Peter Bregman […]

signs its time to break up
February 19, 2015

Grant Langston: How I Would Prevent a Guy From Cheating…

I have been lucky enough to work with Grant Langston, our VP of Brand Marketing, for the past six years. He always comes to the table with some very real wisdom, and I am happy to see other people acknowledging him as well, like our friends over at! I had to share the great […]

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February 13, 2015

Rob and Kristen Bell on the Best Way to Find Love

This Sunday, Oprah Winfrey sits down with Pastor Rob Bell and his wife Kristen for a conversation about transforming your relationships. But before that, we were fortunate enough to chat with the amazing couple as they answered your questions from our eHarmony social media channels. I think you will really like their answers, because I found them […]

valentines day gift ideas for guys
February 11, 2015

Valentine’s Gifts that Don’t Cost a Penny

If you are single this Valentine’s Day, you can either choose to feel sad you aren’t with anyone, or you can just look at the day like any other. It’s. just. a. day. Hang out with friends or family if it is bothering you and you struggle with being alone. And before you know it … it […]

drinking and dating
February 9, 2015

I Didn’t Drink For a Month and My Dating Life Was…

Blogger Lindsay Tigar is back with new confessions, and a personal challenge for the new year.  I love that she removed the “mask” of alcohol and went on dates without that little crutch, which can sometimes cloud judgment. Read on for her latest entry with us… Written by Lindsay Tigar Last year was truly amazing: […]

letting go of past
January 30, 2015

Accept the Past to Enjoy the Present

Hanging on to old hurts, failed relationships, or other negative experiences just keeps you stuck in that emotional space. I have seen a few people in my life do just that, and it is very sad. Some of them could never move forward, forgive, and heal. I often wonder what their lives could have been like […]